Published
November 15, 2022
Location
Job Type
Short Summary
We are looking for an enthusiastic individual to manage our on-site coffee kiosk which provides a paid-for beverage and snack facility to members of the King Alfred School Community.
Salary
Actual Salary £9,824.87 per annum, based on FTE of £23,400.58
Working Pattern
Part Time • Permanent
Closing Date
November 27, 2022

Description

Monday to Friday, 20.5 hours per week • Term time only

King Alfred School (KAS) is a progressive independent school in idyllic grounds in North London. Our independence means that we can be take a holistic approach to education, value the progress young people make in every area and experiment with innovative ideas.

We are looking for an enthusiastic individual to manage our on-site coffee kiosk which provides a paid-for beverage and snack facility to members of the King Alfred School Community.

The post-holder should:

  • Have successful experience of providing retail services, and ideally provision of food and beverage.
  • Knowledge of the main requirements of Food Safety and Health & Safety legislation and good practice.
  • Ability to work on own initiative and without direct supervision.
  • Barista experience would be desirable.

Hours

Standard hours are 20.5 hours each week (term time only):

  • Monday to Friday am – 7am to 9.30am
  • Monday to Thursday pm – 3pm to 5pm

We encourage people from all sections of the community to apply and particularly welcome applicants from groups which are currently under-represented in our workforce.

To apply for this role please visit our website and apply via our online Application Form.

Closing date for applications: Midnight, Sunday 27 November 2022

All members of the King Alfred School community are committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people.

Applicants must undergo child protection screening, including checks with past employers and the Disclosure and Barring Service.

Rehabilitation of Offenders Act 1974

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